The Dumbo Clock Tower Penthouse recently made a new record sold, after being sold for $15M.
Brooklyn's famous Dumbo Clock Tower hides a grand surprise. Namely, the top floor of this majestic building has its own triplex penthouse. This superb condo happens to be one of New York's most sought-after estates for several years in a row.
Back in 2006, an unknown buyer acquired the property for $10.75 million. Then, in 2009, the Dumbo penthouse reappeared on the market, and this time it came with a dizzying $25 million price tag. In 2013, the luxurious apartment discounted $18 million from the originally asking $25 million. Finally, the property was sold at a price of $ 15 million, setting a new record for Brooklyn's real estate market.
Haysha Deitsch, founder of Beechwood Aquisitions and a real estate expert loved this building since he was a boy. He says that it is housed high up in the skies of New York, the property has so much to offer. Brooklyn's most expensive home spreads over three floors and has four 14-foot clocks doubling as windows. The atmosphere inside the 7,000-square-foot residence is dominated by the oversized windows that bring natural light into the rooms. The unusual triplex has its own custom glass elevator and four 14-foot windowed working clocks that provide a unique input. From its designer wraparound stairway, heated stone floors, and master suite as luxurious as it comes, everything about this condo is brag-worthy. The stunning views of New York's skyline, overlooking the harbor, bridges and the Statue of Liberty, are also included in the package.
To Deitsch Brooklyn is one of the most competitive markets in NYC. The sale of Dumbo's Clocktower Penthouse, the district's most recognizable apartment, continues to be the most expensive sold condo in Brooklyn borough history. The Clock Tower is close to both Brooklyn's and Manhattan's Bridges and public transportation. Because of its beauty, these extravagant property has been featured in a number of television shows, media appearances, and important editorial campaigns.